- Choctaw Stickball: A Game of History, Passion and Pride
- Both describe a stickball game; however, the latter depiction is of a sport that is cultivated in Oklahoma in the Choctaw Nation today.
- Batton and Massey named most admired CEOs
- “Chief Batton is dedicated to the Choctaw Nation and Southeastern Oklahoma,” Assistant Chief Jack Austin Jr. commented. “He exhibits great values and integrity.
- Native Peoples Celebration Kicks Off “Read This!” at UAFS
- Artisan and craftspeople demonstrations will take place throughout the event and feature basket weaving, pottery-making, beading, flint-knapping, sign language, Native American flutes, Choctaw stickball and Quapaw football. At 11:30 a.m.
- Stickball Skills Lead Choctaw Nation Athlete on Path to Big Dreams
- One young man's stickball skills have had a direct impact on earning a scholarship to play lacrosse at St. Gregory's University.
- They Remember, the Little Brother of War
- The Choctaw World Series of Stickball has been played here, at the Choctaw Central High School, as long as he can remember. He scans rosters for the players' names as the action unfolds below, squeezed onto the Swiss Army knife playing field designed ...
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